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GLADYS KNIGHT AND THE PIPS-I FEEL A SONG.

GLADYS KNIGHT AND THE PIPS-I FEEL A SONG. For too long, Gladys Knight had been in the shadow of Diana Ross at Motown. Between 1967 and 1973, Gladys Knight and The Pips released eight albums. Then in 1973, when her contract with Motown ran out, she signed to a label where she would be wanted …

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GLADYS KNIGHT AND THE PIPS-IMAGINATION.

GLADYS KNIGHT AND THE PIPS-IMAGINATION. In 1973, it came as no surprise that Gladys Knight and The Pips decided leave Motown. After all, Gladys Knight had been forced to live in the shadow of Diana Ross. To onlookers. Diana Ross was Motown’s chosen one, while Gladys Knight had to settle for second best. So after …

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PHYLLIS HYMAN-THE BUDDAH YEARS.

PHYLLIS HYMAN-THE BUDDAH YEARS. Although Phyllis Hyman’s career was cut tragically short, the eight albums she released between 1977 and 1991, are a tantalizing reminder of a singer who could’ve and should’ve become one of the greats of soul music. Sadly, that wasn’t to be. Tragedy intervened. Phyllis Hyman committed suicide, a week before her …

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GLADYS KNIGHT AND THE PIPS-IMAGINATION.

GLADYS KNIGHT AND THE PIPS-IMAGINATION. In 1973, it came as no surprise that Gladys Knight and The Pips decided leave Motown. After all, Gladys Knight had been forced to live in the shadow of Diana Ross. To onlookers. Diana Ross was Motown’s chosen one, while Gladys Knight had to settle for second best. So after …

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BARBARA MASON-GIVE ME YOUR LOVE.

BARBARA MASON-GIVE ME YOUR LOVE. By 1973, Barbara Mason had signed to Buddah Records, which quickly, had established an enviable roster of artists. Barbara joined musical giants like Gladys Knight and The Pips and The Trammps at Buddah. Before arriving at Buddah Records, Barbara had released three previous albums. This started with her 1965 debut …

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